Senate Investigators Say They Have "Hit A Wall" In Investigating The Steele Dossier
The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee gave an update on their investigation into Russian interference during the 2016 election on Wednesday, saying they are hopeful they will reach a conclusion "very soon."
Facebook, Google, And Twitter Have Been Asked To Testify Publicly In The Senate’s Russia Investigation
The planned hearing comes as the Senate Intelligence Committee has increased its scrutiny of social media and search sites, following Facebook's disclosure that a Russian troll farm purchased $100,000 in ads on the site during the 2016 election.
Inside The Investigation To Get To The Bottom Of Russia’s Role In The Election
The Senate Intelligence Committee has been given sweeping powers, unseen since the Watergate era, to investigate Russian meddling in the US election. As its scope grows to include suspected ties between the Trump camp and Russia, investigators are starting to worry politics have overhyped the probe.
Republican Says Flynn Will Likely Have To Testify Before Congress, As Others Want To Move On
Sen. Roy Blunt, a member of Senate GOP leadership, said Tuesday that Flynn may have to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee, while many other Republicans are reluctant to criticize and draw out the conflict.
N.C. Lawmaker On Not Having Correct Voter ID: "I Was Inconvenienced" But Nothing More
“I don’t think it’s discriminatory at all. As a matter of fact, there were more ways to find an ID than one can imagine even using an expired driver’s license that's up to four years old. I don't think anybody's disadvantaged. Inconvenienced? I was inconvenienced," Sen. Richard Burr told BuzzFeed News.